The trapezoid shaped plot, practically flat, is split into two parts: one on the northern end where a vineyard is planted, and the other on the southern border in which we find a tree grove with deciduous trees (chestnuts and walnuts) and evergreen species (pine trees and holm oaks).
The hous is placed at the center of the plot, dividing it in the two parts metioned above, in the form of a diaphragm. It is a pure concrete cuboid, which is interrupted in its central section where the living dining room is located by two 9 x 2,5 m. glass boxes, on the north and south faces. In this way a visual transparency is produced connecting the area of the vineyard with that of the tree grove.
The house is conceived, from the start, with sustainability criteria. The most important:
Two internal rooms, bathrooms, installations and kitchens distribute the interior space by means of a central living dining room area and two bedrooms along the side. The openings in the concrete volume produce two visual axes in the form of a cross, one crosswise through the living room, and the other lengthwise connecting the bedrooms. On the other hand, the pool area is linked to the volume of the house, in the central glazed area, producing an effect of continuity between outside and inside.